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Friday, December 02, 2011

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Anthony Clark

Thank you, Dr. Cunningham, for offering a balanced and informed comparison of Zen and Catholicism. You clarify several important distinctions, distinctions that highlight the significance of Christ in salvation history. I am reminded that just before Merton had died, and just after visiting many famous Buddhist sites, he wrote that he was at last eager to return to his monastic community, where he could resume his life as a Catholic Christian.

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